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illinois servicemember killed at war since september eleventh. all of us can look and see the souls of men and women from illinois. at the a-t-and t store at michigan avenue... customers using tablets to send messages of appreciation. it's a great day to love a veteran. and two wounded vets were feeling the love...at soldier field. this means a whole lot to me and my family army specialist frank pierson and army ranger tory honda presented with brand new cars. firefighters sold t-shirts to buy these gifts. it's a way to say, thanks... for soldiers who have given so much.. what you do for us and what you do for this state and this country. we could never thank you enough. >> the talk at many of today's event was about helping veterans to come home with wounds both visible and invisible. the proceeds from the exhibit is going towards developing better treatment for veterans suffering from traumatic brain injuries and posttraumatic stress disorder >> a group of anti-war veterans held its own event today. iraq veterans against the war and vietnam vets against the war gathered at the viet
-- when barack obama gave the speech in 2004 he was running for the senate in illinois and he won. abraham lincoln ran for the senate in illinois and he lost. you want to think about abraham lincoln in 1860, think about barack obama running for the presidency in 2008 if he had lost the illinois senate election, not if he had won it. that's the level of national security we're talking about here. >> harvard business school professor profiles historic and
coronor is looking into whether alcohol played a role in the death of a northern illinois student. the victim was 19-year old david bogenberger -- who was found in bed and unresponsive. it happened at the pi kappa alpha fraternity house in dekalb -- where bogenberger was a pledge. tonight, the coronors office says a toxicology report is pending. bogenberger graduated this year from palatine high school with his triplet brother and sister. chicago police arrested several people late last night outside the mayor's office at city hall when they refused to hold their protest of suggested public school closings. police say 10 people were arrested. they were later released. the demonstrators opposed any chicago public schools closings. as well as at the mayor's plan to also merge some schools. they say the only plan that is acceptable to them is in no school closings at allno school closings at all >> we cannot have children traveling the neighborhoods while the schools are empty >> new chicago public schools and chief says she plans to ask the state legislature for more time before
you. oh, you're so welcome. but it in the wake of this defeat the illinois republican party ackles president obama is called for bipartisanship to get things done. robert jordan is here with the illinois gop chief on his plan. >> an equal number of mid romney's supporters and disappointed and a stunned by the outcome, president barack obama promised eight new or approach towards a statesmanship. >> in the coming months i am looking forward to reaching out to leaders of both parties to meet the challenges we can only solve together. >> romney also spoke of bipartisan cooperation promising pat brady had of the illinois gop to also eco the same sentiment. we need a government we can afford and get a job creation going i think everybody needs to come together and do that and it should be serious policy discussion we should put politics aside for a while. >> republicans had scheduled a morning after victory party breakfast some of those who showed up also talked about healing and working together. we might be able to see some interesting things happen in washington d.c. between repu
imagine next year? and let's turn to illinois. the third worst run state in all the country. in 2010 the state budget deficit was more than 40% of its general fund. 40 percent. the second highest of any state. s&p and moody's both give illinois the second worst credit rating in all of the 50 states. illinois is funded 45% of pension liability, the lowest percentage of any state. unemployment in illinois, very impressive as well. just under 10%. they had things well in hand in illinois. is it mentioned that is a haunted the president obama? anyway, the tenth highest unemployment rate in the country. for stub's illinois a death spiral state because for every hundred private-sector workers in illinois there are 103 depending upon those private-sector workers. new york, aiming at the sixth worst death spiral state because for every 100 private-sector jobs in new york there are 107 who depend on the private sector for their -- well, their sustenance. a per capita debt of nearly $6,700. $6,700 just for the state of new york. the six highest in the country. we have people worrying about the
, the state of illinois is known as a deadbeat state. you know, this is a reputation that has taken us years to earn, and we've reached, you know, the heights of, i think, becoming the worst in the country. >> it's the day of reckoning when 60 minutes on cnbc returns. a speed bump! [ wife ] a beached whale! lawn clippings! a mattress. a sausage link. mermaid. honey!? driftwood. come on, you gotta help us out here a little. [ male announcer ] febreze eliminates odors and leaves carpets fresh. ♪ [ male announcer ] febreze. eliminates odors and leaves carpets fresh. ♪ and leaves carpets fresh. if we want to improve our schools... ... what should we invest in? maybe new buildings? what about updated equipment? they can help, but recent research shows... ... nothing transforms schools like investing in advanced teacher education. let's build a strong foundation. let's invest in our teachers so they can inspire our students. let's solve this. starts with arthritis pain and a choice. take tylenol or take aleve, the #1 recommended pain reliever by orthopedic doctors. just two aleve can keep pain
freedoms. a veteran himself is celebrating on the south side of the 86 annual veterans day parade. illinois governor did just that for these newlyweds as they buy their first home in suburban westchester. the army sergeant first class from a $5 million state investment in helps make home ownership more affordable for military families in help over 500 families so far which the governor believes results in more jobs for illinois. to all of our service members who are wearing the uniform of our country we think them profoundly with deep gratitude for their service to our democracy and our country, welcome home heroes is a great great program to express from the people of illinois and investment in housing our veterans when they come home. and while they partnered with the u.s. postal service to feverishly fill 600 care packages for soldiers still serving overseas. it is a taste of home and it reminds them that people love them here in our thinking about them and that's what it's all about letting them know that they are cared about. and on this veterans day preserving the memories of the amer
it feel to be here? we need four more years to help illinois and help america. >> you were part of this for years ago at grant park. we are facing such a huge budget deficit. he is helped out every state especially the auto industry in illinois. saving the auto industry in america was very very important and it helped with jobs in illinois. >> if he does when what would you like to see happen? what are you expecting for the president? i think the most important thing is more economic growth, i think we always have to work on education that's the best way to strengthen our economy and also think it's important that we really fight hard against violence that really affects a lot of cities in america. i talk to the president along the way right now in illinois we have to do is get the president across the finish line, we are not done yet may be a long night may be a long couple nights but as long as we win illinois will be better off in america will be better off. what kind of advice would you give the president on a night like this? >> one more than the other guy is a landslide,
ball meningitis diagnosed in illinois tied to the survey steroid injection from a pharmacy in massachusetts they reported the new case today nationally 29 people have died in the phone call meningitis outbreak to know when clint pounding center have recalled all of their products and the license was suspended last month. a veteran firefighter released on bond after charged with sexually abusing a girl under the age of 13, the unidentified victim told authorities that the 41 year-old donald had inappropriate conduct with her in 2005, he was a 13 year veteran of the fire department into the chief says the man was placed on paid leave but the status could change as authorities learn more about this case he was released on $50,000 bail. chicago teachers took to the streets again today this time to protest the delay of announcement of school closings. the new head of cbs barbara byrd pennant plans to ask the state legislature for more time, state law requires any changes must be submitted by december the first but the teachers' union says the only announcement that is acceptable
inmigrantes indocumentados que reiven en el estado de illinois cuenten con una identificación inicial. el alcalde chido cakir de chica se reunieron para promover una iniciativa que nos habla paula gom gómez. el alcalde y legisladores demócratas. junios con líderes republicanos. como el ex gobernador. y la contra lora, a thnunciaron apoyo para la propuesta que otorgaría llicencias de conduci para inmigrantes indocumentados. >>> es algo importante. no solo por los inmigrantes soy no el cuerpo de policía en saber quien maneja aquí en este estado en la carretera de illinois. >>> esto es bueno, para nuestra comunidad. para que la gente se espere y maneje sin miedo y aprenden las reglas y esto para asegurado de los que andamos en la carretera se estima que 250 mil inmigrantes actualmente conducen en las carreteras de illinois sin licencia. según legisladores es un peligro para ellos, como para los demás conductores. >>> muchas veces, la gente que maneja sin licencia, son detenidos y deportados y separan a las familias en mi casino me gustaría que me separan de mis hijos. ellos me tiene
cÁrcel para miami en illinois,aduana, tiene construcciÓn de una cÁrcel para miami en illinois, pero luego los planes se cambiaron para la ciudad de juliet. pero en esa xhucomunidad se ha estado la polÉmica. >>> el plazo largo un costo de la ciudad de wlu leyjuni juliet >>> la agencia de inmigraciÓn y control busca un lugar adecuado en la Área metropolitana de chicago, para la construcciÓn de esta cÁrcel y los migrantes detenidos estÉn cerca del sitio donde son arrestados. la fiscalÍa mexicana dijo que que hoy el arresto de un mexicano donde viajaban 2 amths de l agentes da de la cia fue bla nadie, y asegurÓ que el ataque fue premeditado. >>> la calidad de los casquillos en la evento deportivo corresponden a las armas de la policÍa federal, los marinos recibieron ataque en morel morelos. junto al dÍa de acciÓn de gracias, siempre gana terreno 88 viernes negro que ha movilizado todavÍa no se inicia la temporada de compras navy derns pe navidad, veremos cÓmo estÁ el ambiente antes del esperado viernes negro que tendrÁs mas de 24 horas. >>> parece mentira pero el impulso por co
-california) rep. grace napolitano (d- california) rep. luis gutierrez (d- illinois) frank sharry, america's voice fernando pizarro, washington d.c. *+ las declaraciones del presidente obama de que impulsara 1 reforma migratoria a principios de su segundo periodo, no dejaron indiferentes a los miembros del congreso. algunos opinan que los votantes latinos no tendran mucha paciencia si no hay accion. rep. albio sires (d-nueva jersey) mire, creomi que si este hombre no hace 1 esfuerzo en los proximos 3 meses para arreglar el problema de inmigracion en este pais, la comunidad hispana va a poner el grito en el cielo. lo mismo se dijo en 1 reunion en que actuales congresistasis le dieron la bienvenida a los recien electos. raul ruiz, congresista electo (d-california) si pienso que la prioridad del presidente obama especialmente porque los latinos salieron a votar y le ayudaron, va a ser para hacer 1 reforma migratoria para todos nosotros. rep. grace napolitano (d- california) es que vio que el voto latino fue el que lo impulso, francamente porque salieron a votar. otros esperan que el presidente dialog
of illinois. and whether american taxpayers and all the other states may soon have to put their bill. according to the pew research center, illinois has the most underfunded public pension system in the entire country. the funding ratio of just 45%. 45% funded. estimated $95 billion short of where they need to be to pay out the promised pension. a problem that pat quinn says needs to be fixed to find a solution. it is harder to come by. here is a video that we just released. the governor squeezing the pension python. >> sometimes they make smaller payments than what they promise. the investments that we made with that pension fund, the great recession can hit us hard. plus people are retiring earlier and living longer and the cost of health care for retirees has soared. the pool of money is smaller. while the demand on the pool of money is great. weaving the current workers to ask whether there will be enough in the fund when they are ready to retire. the problem is the squeeze. megyn: really? really? joining me now is kristina rasmussen. executive vice president of the illinois poli
to make illinois a slave state. no politician ever had taken such a course. it also appears indisputable that he assumed such a stance because he knew so little about the south. at 19 and 22, he had taken brief trips to new orleans. as you know, he was born in kentucky and his wife came from a slaveowning family in that state, as did his best friend. but that part of the south was all that he knew. you never travel in the south beyond kentucky, aside from a few kentuckians, he did not know any southerners are certainly not in the southern politicians. the united states house of representatives, where he met southerners, in fact became friendly with a few. that was almost a decade and a half before the crisis following his election in 1860, in the end he had kept up with none of those men. fundamentally he had no one that he could educate about the south and southern politics. it basically match the anti-slavery depictions. in 1860 and 1861, agitating secession. lincoln appears to have had no understanding of the widespread ownership of slavery and white or how deeply slavery had become e
're an illinois homeowner insured by state farm, get ready to pay a little more. the bloomington, illinois based company has announced a four point seven percent raise in homeowners' insurance. state farm insures one out of every three homes in illinois. insurers are generally charging more to insure homes. citing increasingly damaging storms in the midwest. if you're looking for full-time employment, the city of chicago is holding its first-ever job fair right now. it's being held at kennedy king college at 63rd and halsted street. the city is looking to fill hundreds of positions. there are also openings at the c-t-a, chicago public schools the city colleges, the park district and the chicago housing authority. more than one-thousand people have passed through the fair so far. job hunters began lining up at five o'clock this morning, and the line is stretching for several blocks. mickey and minnie mouse made a special visit to chicago today. they came all the way from walt disney world to test the lights for the upcoming mag mile light's festival. the festival is november 17th at 5-30 p-m. m
and their families. to learn more go to illinois lottery dot com. still to come this midday. tom skilling has your full forecast! now it feels like november. >> it was like late summer yesterday and here we are so much cooler today. our low temperature was the coolest temperature since march 5th. eight months ago. we have some lawfully chilly temperatures around the area. >> a couple little fairweather cumulus clouds trying to develop. a couple of these clouds may yield a snow flurries. the nearest rain we see is out to the last of us. a couple of snow flurries. what a temperature drop. down 27 degrees from 24 hours ago. it covers a good part of the nation's heartland. as you look out over the next two weeks, you are struck by the fact that this is not been overwhelmingly cold pattern. the upper wind will blow from west to east. we do not see any major article break. this one is probably about as healthy cool air pushes we're going to see. temperatures are cooler. we have not had temperatures like this and swayback last spring. this last spring. the big story is not the rain. it is the cool temp
are in illinois. in the u-s senate-- 33 seats are up for election. the democrats currently hold a 53 to 47 voting majority. seven races are considered toss ups, including seats in wisconsin and indiana. control of the illinois house is also at stake. democrats have 64 seats compared to 54 for republicans. republicans would have to add six seats but when the districts were re-drawn, it gave the advantage to democrats to keep their majority. the illinois senate is under democratic control and experts expect it to stay that way. democrats have a 35 to 24 majority. one question is whether they could pick up another seat. that would give them a veto- proof majority. the constitution says the senate needs a three- fifiths majority to override a veto by the governor. shortly after the polls opened today. there were reports of voters being sent to the wrong polling places and glitches in election websites. wgn's nancy loo is live at a polling facility in the logan square neighborhood with the latest. out 20 percent of chicago voters have in the polling place for this election. >> i do not want to go in
this counnry forward. president obama won his own state of illinois... while povernor romney lost his home the president will be sworn in again... in late january. vowing... he hhs more work to do.i'm meegn gilliland, fox45 morning news. thh voting is over, but begun. joel d. smith is live at jimmy's in fells oint to see which results will affect people the most... .and if anyone thinks compromise is coming to washington. ggod morning joel dd 3 gordo- "yea who 3 &pgordo- "yee who will obama blame this next 4 years?" years?"art - "i can't wait to bitterness from romney supporters. sorry folks! guess it's time to ove to canada!" ccnada!"time to move to folkss guess it's supporters. sorry bitternesssffom read the next few aat - "i can't wait tt wiillobama blame ordo- "yea who gordo- "yea who will obama blame this next 4 ye" pears?"art - "i can't wait to read the nexttfew weeks of 3 bitterness from romney supporters. sorry folks! guess it's time tt move to canada!" 3 3- maryland voters have approved the state's version of the dreem act.it will alllw illegal immigrants to pay in-state t
. five so far. it's not even december yet. run them down. i understand two in illinois that you're looking at? >> well, two in illinois, bill. first there is arlington heights where they have a wonderful, beautiful holiday display at a school park in the suburb and they've got dancing bears, dancing elves, spinning frosty the snowman, they've got an evergreen tree they caught with 10,000 lights and our client, of the illinois nativity scene committee, called them up and said, i have a nativity scene i'd like to put that up there, privately sponsored, not government opened or sponsored. and the response was, thank you, but no thanks. >> bill: all right. federal holiday of christmas, you can have frosty and everything else, but you can't have anything about the guy who the federal holiday was named for? >> well, that was their position and we've asked them to reconsider and i'm happy to say i think they are. they're now inviting jim to file a permit application and we have every hope and expectation that will be granted. >> bill: what else is going on? >> well, we had just to stic
baldwin is ringing the alarm bells, california, illinois, new york, ohio and seven others have more takers than makers and they are in a death spiral. that's his words. all right, to the powerball lottery. the prize is aahalf billion dollars, how do you feel about paying a 50% tax the moment you buy the ticket and if you win giving another third to the feds. still want to stand in line, your odds 1 in 175 million. the president or should we say campaigner in chief, he'll be on the road and the union campaigns, and the message no entitlement reform in any fiscal cliff deal. and more, ollie north on record gun sales, mike reagan on california and isaacs on warren buffett. here we go. "varney & company" is about to begin. looking for a better place to put your cash? here's one you may not he thght of -- fidelity. now you don't have to go a bank get the things you want from a bank, like no-fee atms all over the world. free checkwriting and mobile deposits. now depositing a check is easy as taking a picture. free online bill payments. a highly acclaimed credit card with 2% cash back into your
, when barack obama gave a speech in 2004 he was running for the senate in illinois and he won. abraham lincoln ran for the senate in illinois and he lost. you think about abraham lincoln in 1860 think about barack obama running for the presidency in 2008 if he had lost, not if he had won it. that is the level of the national security that we are talking about to read the republican national committee votes for the election and the town's 60. lincoln is from illinois. huge home town advantage but the reason the committee put it in chicago by one vote, they voted to put it in chicago by one vote it could've been in misery because no candidates were from illinois of it was neutral territory. >> host: so you were not worried because he wasn't a player. >> guest: they were published by major newspapers in the major candidates republican convention and quite often he wasn't even on the list. >> host: tell us about the two front runners. >> guest: so william henry seward would become the secretary of state and the governor of ohio. >> host: >> guest: he is a term senator from new york. the bi
. members of congress pay close attention to them. medicaid is an illustration from the state of illinois and means the following. it is the only health insurance for one out of three children in illinois. it pays for more than half of the births in illinois. that is not even half of the cost of medicaid in illinois. 60% of the cost goes to take care of the elderly, frail, and disabled. many of them in institutional settings, flat broke. all they have is social security, medicare, and medicaid. when the ryan budget suggests block granting medicaid back to the states, and essentially cutting the money by 37%, my question to him and people on that side is, which group do you want to reduce coverage by by one-third and what will the consequences be? let me tell you what i think the good news is. i think we will get this done. i am heartened by many of my republican colleagues who have stepped forward and said their real oath is to america and not to a washington lobbyist named grover norquist. that is politically courageous. many have already said this. i respect them so much for it. as more
for the senate in illinois and he one. abraham lincoln ran for the senate in illinois and he lost. if you want to think about abraham lincoln in 1860 think about barack obama running for the presidency in 2008. if he had lost the illinois senate election, none of the iguana, that is the level of national security we are talking about here. the republican national committee votes to put the republican convention in chicago so in illinois lincoln -- lincoln is from illinois, the land of lincoln. a huge hometown advantage but the reason the committee puts it in chicago by one fod by the way. it could have been in missouri, was because no significant republican candidates were from illinois so was mutual territory. once -- >> host: so they warrant worried about a home-court advantage if he was not a player. >> guest: he was not a player. there were biographies of 10 major candidates. lincoln was not even on the list. >> host: tell us about the two-front runners, the two republican front-runners. >> guest: william henry seward who would become lincoln's secretary of state and salmon p. chase, gover
college gold because they live in swing state wisconsin. meanwhile, way over here in illinois, this place is a deep blue foregone conclusion. no matter what these leaf raking romney fans do. >> most of the state of illinois is going to be red but chicago's going to be blue. just going to go blue. i understand the electoral college. it's a little different situation now. >> reporter: yeah, yeah. >> you have a video camera on a stick. >> thanks a lot. lemonade. cinnamon -- >> reporter: meanwhile, back over the border, i meet the mom of a girl scout who happens to be exactly the kind of person who may just decide this whole thing. you're undecided? >> yes, i am. >> reporter: really? you're like seeing a snow leopard in the wild. this is very exciting. >> obama promised a lot of stuff and hasn't reached that part yet. >> reporter: unmet promises. the president is counting on that kind of voter to swing his way. along with the kind of urban professionals who show up to a halloween party at the ultra hip iron horse hotel in milwaukee. but it is not so cut and dry. >> i'm going to vote for mitt
in illinois, massachusetts, maryland, and elsewhere. romney in oklahoma, south carolina, and west virginia among others. again, the projections give obama 57 electoral votes to romney's 40. again, they both hope their number will add up to at least 270. we'll start to see the numbers add up. we'll bring you the latest later in the program. >>> let's check on how the people in the financial sector are looking at the election. >> as investors are welcoming the end of the election race, regardless of who wins because uncertainties will no longer dampen the market and this pushed up tuesday's new york stock prices. buying orders were placed on a wide range of shares and the dow jones industrial average rose over 170 points at one stage and a key index and ended the day at 13,245. that's up 1% from monday's close. president obama's victory would probably mean continued monetary easing to support a recovery, and if republican contender mitt romney wins, he will likely deregulate banking and other industries. either way, the u.s. economy would get a boost and that would be a positive factor for s
choose to live and work far from the old urban centers. such is the case in chicago, illinois, in the midwestern section of the united states. t as delopment here expands outward, it must compete withctive farming communities on the edges of this metropolitan area. in north american cities like chicago, automobiles, extensive highway systems and communication networks have accelerated suburban sprawl and made possible a new kind of urban area. "edge cities" e full-fledged employment "subcenters" far from the central city. but there may be a cost to such rapid land use change: farmland loss. productive farmland becomes a nonrenewable resource, lost forer, when it is used for housing, commercial or industrial development. and the pace at which america's st productive farmland is being lost has alarmed some geographers. we're standing on the new edge of chicago's suburban frontier. behind me is a farm that will be gone in five years-- literally wiped out. we're seeing the black dirt that took thousands of years to develop. what will be in its place is suburban development. narrat
. on the left side of the parcels is 23rd street and above is illinois street. what you see in the attached area is the waterfront site where right now port and owd staff are negotiating with forest city about the development of the waterfront site. what is on the ho down yard now is dirt recycling facility and at&t trenches for projects. they bring the dirt to this location and store it and when they want to put it back in the ground they retrieve it from the site. we believe this isn't compatible with the investment in the area and this would be a good site for the port to acquire. what you see in gray here are the historic buildings at pier 70 and 113 and 114 and the other amazing historic resources along 20th street. a project schedule is also aggressive. if the port commission chooses to adopt the term sheet tonight at&t would in fact a formal application in this month of november of 2012. ceqa review would occur for the next year and following which resource agencies would contemplate permits for the project. installation of the on shore cable project could begin. off short in
/4 of the men and women in illinois' national guard or reserve were mobilized throughout the world. h-r plus is a company that puts its money where its mouth is concerning this issue. 40% of the roughly 8,000 employees it hires a year are veterans. still to come, how to pitch your ideas to angel investors. what investors want to hear before they reach for their checkbook. but first, traders tell us which soda stock is more likely to see a pop. that's next, in traders unplugged. the holidays are on our traders' minds today. joining for us for traders unplugged, pro traders alan knuckman and jared levy. round one: taking flight. millions of americans are boarding jets this season for the holidays. which airline stock is ready for lift-off? > > i look at this in a couple of different ways. i have never liked airline stocks because it's- > > tough sector. > > you have a tough sector, you have gasoline prices to deal with, and obviously you have the ebb and flow of the consumer. i think the place to look here are the booking sites, the pricelines, the expedias of the world. those are always, i t
it for a long time. circa 2006, 2007, he's just out of the illinois state senate. he's telling people, even though he doesn't have a lot of managerial, national security, economic, washington experience, he's telling people i not only want to be president, i want to be one the great transformative president. he takes the roosevelt name in vain. when he had these dinners with historians that michael attended, what was interesting is that he wasn't just talking about history for history's sake. they weren't idle exercises. he wanted to know what are the lessons of history that i can apply here and now in my administration? chris: it wasn't just working the jury, huh? because that's the suspicion many would have. >> or of any president who does this. he really wasn't. he wants to know essentially, are there parallels in history that can help me dealing with the problems that i'm dealing with now. chris: give me some examples, if you can, if it doesn't violate your meeting, where he seemed to ask advice. >> these were off the record, as you know. and the other thing -- as jodi has well reported
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, yeah, absolutely. >> stephen: what? what? they're both from illinois? what? >> both from illinois. >> stephen: so was capone, go on. (laughter) >> i feel that the connection is obama a progressive centrist, as lincoln was. they both believe in government. >> stephen: lincoln was a republican, though. lincoln was a republican. >> a different kind of republican. >> stephen: still, "r" next to his name. >> that's the case. >> stephen: and i don't think obama could pull off the look. in a stove pipe mat maybe, but if he had that beard he'd look so much like the rent is too damn high guy. (cheers and applause) tony, thank you so for joining me. tony kushner. the movie is "lincoln." go see it! we'll be right back. (cheers and applause) >> stephen: that's it for the "report," everybody.
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